i want to split gamecube rgb scart to scart & phono

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  1. zoolap

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    I have got a gamecube with the Official Nintendo scart cable, unfortunately this does not have any point at which I can attach a phono adapter. I need something I can plug the rgb scart end into that will split the image into rgb and send the audio to two phono connectors that will connect to my amp. I think I know what i'm looking for but I need help in locating one that will keep the quality of the picture and keep it as rgb.

    Thank you.
     
  2. RL123

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    There is one available in Argos (£9.75 - make sure you get the one with phono outs though. The other is just a composite picture!)

    They are great and picture quality doesn't degrade at all. I'm even using 2 linked together (5 RGB connections; 1 RGB socket. Ouch).

    Its this one:

    SCART Video Unit.
    Price £9.75
    Cat.No. 534/0370



    http://www.argos.co.uk/_global/images/products/fullsize/5340370A58IFN76607M.JPG
     
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    The Game GC RGB SCART has twin audio phono output. Yours for £9.99 i think.
     
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    but it is a **** poor picture :(


    why dont you just buy a phono lead chop one end off and solder it onto the scart pins.
     

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